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Lebanon : Economic Assessment of Environmental Degredation Due to July 2006 Hostilities, Sector Note

ABUNDANT POPULATIONS ACTION PLAN ADULT POPULATION AERIAL SURVEYS AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION AIR POLLUTION AIR QUALITY ALGAE AMPHIBIA AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS BAMBOO BASELINE INFORMATION BEACH BEACHES BIOLOGICAL COMMUNITIES BIOLOGICAL DATA BIOTA BIRD BIRD AREA BIRD POPULATION BIRDS BREEDING BREEDING SITE BURNING CARBON CATTLE CERTAIN EXTENT COAST GUARD COASTAL AREAS COASTAL RESOURCES COASTAL ZONE COMMERCIAL FISHERMEN COMMERCIAL FISHING CONSERVATION SITE CONTINGENT VALUATION CONTINGENT VALUATION METHOD CORAL CORAL REEFS CORALS COST OF DISPOSAL CRABS CRUDE OIL DEBRIS DISPOSAL COST DOLPHINS ECONOMIC ANALYSIS ECONOMIC IMPACT ECONOMIC LOSSES ECOSYSTEM ECOSYSTEMS EGG EGGS EMISSION EMISSION FACTORS EMISSIONS ENDANGERED SPECIES ENVIRONMENTAL ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ENVIRONMENTAL BENEFITS ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION ENVIRONMENTAL COSTS ENVIRONMENTAL DAMAGE ENVIRONMENTAL DAMAGES ENVIRONMENTAL DEGRADATION ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES ENVIRONMENTAL PROBLEMS ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY EXCHANGE RATE EXPOSURE FAUNA FIELD OBSERVATIONS FIN FIN WHALES FISH FISH CATCH FISH POPULATIONS FISH STATISTICS FISH STOCKS FISHERIES FISHERY FISHING FOOD SOURCE FOREST FOREST AREA FOREST AREAS FOREST FIRES FORESTRY FORESTS FUEL FUEL OIL GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEM GREEN TURTLE HATCHLINGS HEAVY MACHINERY HUNTING ILLEGAL FISHING INCOME INVERTEBRATES LAGOONS LEATHERBACK LEATHERBACK TURTLE LOGGERHEAD TURTLES LOSS OF HABITAT MARINE BIODIVERSITY MARINE ENVIRONMENT MARINE MAMMALS MARINE POLLUTION MARINE SCIENCES MARINE TURTLES MARINE WATER MIDDLE EAST MIGRATION MIGRATORY BIRDS MOLLUSKS MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE MUSSELS NATURAL RESOURCES NATURE RESERVE NATURE RESERVES NEST NESTING NESTING ACTIVITY NORTH AFRICA OCEAN CURRENTS OCEANOGRAPHY OCEANS OIL OIL AT SEA OIL CONCENTRATIONS OIL POLLUTION OIL SLICKS OIL SPILL OIL SPILLS ORNITHOLOGY OYSTERS PALM PELAGIC FISH PLANT PLANT SPECIES PRESENT VALUE PREY PROPERTY VALUES RECREATION REEFS REFUGE REMOTE SENSING DATA REPTILES RESERVOIRS RESTAURANTS ROADS SANITARY LANDFILLS SCIENTIFIC INFORMATION SEA CUCUMBERS SEA URCHINS SEAL SEALS SEAS SEAWATER SHALLOW WATERS SHELLFISH SHOREBIRDS SNAILS SOCIAL COSTS SPAWNING SPECIES OF FISH SPERM WHALES STORMS SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT TANKER OWNERS TOURISM TOURISTS TRAVEL COST METHOD TURTLE TURTLES URBAN ENVIRONMENT WASTE WASTE DISPOSAL WASTE MANAGEMENT WASTE OIL WATER QUALITY WATER RESOURCES WATER SUPPLY WATERFOWL WILDLIFE WORMS
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Washington, DC
Middle East and North Africa | Lebanon
2012-06-11T13:52:34Z | 2012-06-11T13:52:34Z | 2007

The 34-day hostilities in Lebanon started on July 12, 2006 and continued until August 14, 2006, when the ceasefire entered in force. This report provides an order of magnitude estimate of the cost of environmental degradation caused by the July 2006 hostilities in Lebanon. Chapter 1 introduces the study's objectives, assumptions and valuation methods used. Chapter 2 provides an overview and valuation of the oil spill impacts. Chapters 3-7 estimate the impacts of the hostilities on waste, water, quarries, air and forests.

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